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Embrace training to stay relevant in an ever-changing workplace.

How to stay relevant at work

 

Companies are moving toward automation over human skills. Here's what you need to do to stay relevant at work.

Money Work
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8 months ago
(Ys Comment)

Discussion of the week

Do you have a canny tip for saving money.

Share your money-saving hacks here

Everyone loves to save a dollar or two when they can. Do you have any money-saving tips to share with your YsFriends?

Money
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11 months ago
(Money & Business)

Your Memories

I hated school, but felt free during the daily walk there and back.

Do you remember walking to school?

Walking the few kilometres to and from school used to be a favourite part of my day. That's not the case for today's kids.

Culture Community Nostalgia
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11 months ago
(Nostalgia)

Your Stories

Cows enjoying the breeze from fans.

Wind turbines keeping cows cool, and other tales

My wife has a habit of putting her foot in it and it can be so funny, I have to share.

Domestic Travel Relationships Community Australia
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8 months ago
(Travel)

Your Rants

Who's worse, member unions or business? Picture: Supplied.

Are unions as bad as business?

Employer unions, employee unions or unethical business. Who's worse?

Money Work Politics
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8 months ago

Your Causes

photo credit @geoff.

Why invest in women and girls?

As we celebrate International Women's Day today, we'd love you to ponder this Desmond Tutu quote, which we totally agree with.

Support a Cause Kindness Community
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8 months ago
(Kindness)

Easter Island.

World Heritage sites under climate threat

Iconic tourists destinations such as Mt Everest, the Great Barrier Reef and Easter Island are being hard hit by changing...

Climate Change Travel
Originally from AAP
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Over 2 years ago
(Travel)

Asian Street Food on show in Luke Nguyen’s new show

For the overcautious traveller, the idea of eating Asian street food may conjure thoughts of a nauseous night spent in the...

Travel Food Asia
Originally from thewest.com.au
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(Entertainment & Culture)
A food vendor walks past a traditional Chinese shopfront.

Review: Food Trails, by Lonely Planet

You can almost smell the foodie magic unfurling in this brand new Lonely Planet guide.

Travel Food Lonely Planet Book
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Over 2 years ago
(Travel)

Who gets the centre armrests on a plane?

Flight attendants put an end to one of flying’s most contentious debates.

Airlines Travel
Originally from bbc.com
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(Travel)

Magical photos of winter in Finland under the Northern Lights

Set against the shimmering blues, greens, and purples of the Aurora borealis, the scenes offer a glimpse into life in Lapland.

Travel International Travel Art
Originally from mymodernmet.com
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8 things to do this summer that aren't the beach

Hating the beach is on par with hating cricket, or Vegemite in this country. It's an unpopular opinion that's often kept secret...

Travel Domestic Travel International Travel
Originally from huffingtonpost.com.au
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Uluru becomes a waterfall after huge rains

Well here's something you don't see everyday. Uluru, Australia's most famous and sacred rock, which sits in the Western Desert...

Travel News
Originally from huffingtonpost.com.au
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Can a country have a personality?

Each country may have its own unique traits, behaviours, and attitudes – but they rarely match the national stereotypes.

Travel Relationships
Originally from bbc.com
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(Travel)

Vivid Sydney's light installations better than ever

This year's public art festival includes more than 90 art installations that wash the city in color as the sun goes down.

Travel Culture Art New South Wales
Originally from mymodernmet.com
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These shelter pups can now wait for new families in style.

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With all the negative news,...

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It's 35 years since the Ash Wednesday bushfires in South Australia and Victoria claimed 75 lives and more than 2500 buildings.